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Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are as honest and unapologetic as rappers should be. When their show is done, Layzie makes his way backstage, his fro bouncing like his George Jefferson stride. Bone Thugs know what it's like to move on up, but they don't forget where they moved up from. Nothing's really changed -- "the only difference is we can afford chronic and liquor," says Wish. "Before it was beer and cigarettes. We're still the same motherfuckers."

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